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Soldiers Lock-Up Customers In Shoprite Over Alleged Lost Money

Soldiers Lock-Up Customers In Shoprite Over Alleged Lost Money

Amazing andfascinating events keeps happening around the globe. A very funny and unnecessary events happened few minutes ago in Nigeria as some Soldiers locked customers inside a popular shopping outlet, Shoprite located in Umuahia, Abia State capital.

The whole drama started when unidentified soldiers in mufti parked their RAV 4 vehicle at the parking lot of the outlet and went inside of the shopping complex.

Upon return, they raised alarm, claiming that their vehicle has been vandalised and their money is taken away from where it was kept.

Angered by the development, they sought for assistance of their colleagues who immediately besieged the shopping outlet with a Toyota Hilux vehicle carrying about 6 soldiers and locked up customers, preventing entry and exit from Shoprite.

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They insisted on having access to the CCTV footage to enable them to study how the money allegedly got missing.

They were later said to have freed the customers and left the area.

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According to ABN TV, it was gathered that this treatment did not however go down well with the customers who have threatened a protest over the action of the security agents.

All efforts by ABN TV to reach the Nigeria Army authorities in Abia for a comment proved abortive.

 

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  1. Bg

    July 14, 2021 at 12:54 pm

    Naija my country where anything can happen

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